Carrier, however, has been a key missing piece in the second half of the Golden Knights' season.
"We just kept playing the same way and that's what we've been talking about it", Haula said.
Tuch scored for expansion Vegas in regulation, and Paul LaDue had the Kings' goal. The Jets and Golden Knights had lulls in their victories, but they definitely had the aura of two teams feeling out their opponents.There's a lot of hockey left to be played, and even more Game 1 action tomorrow.NHL schedule, results for Wednesday, Apr. 11Live updatesTo relive all the action, check out all the highlights from Wednesday night's live blog. Tomas Nosek came from behind the goal to fire a pass to Theodore, and he blasted a wrist shot through traffic for the Golden Knights' first playoff goal.
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant said Carrier is day-to-day with an upper-body injury and did not disclose if he would be available Friday.
It's a huge blow for the Kings, as Doughty is clearly the team's best defenseman, and possibly its best player. At the end of the third, we did not have a victor, so it was off to overtime. "It was a great game, great battle and unbelievable for our fans tonight".
The Los Angeles Kings' chances of at least earning a split of their first two Western Conference first-round playoff road games with the Vegas Golden Knights got a whole lot more hard late Thursday afternoon.
Kings defenseman Oscar Fantenberg led the team with 53 shifts, while fellow defenseman Alec Martinez led the club with 44 minutes, 43 seconds on ice.Читайте также: National Basketball Association playoffs 2018: Predictions, picks for Warriors vs. Spurs first-round series
The Golden Knights' locker room looked more like a hospital clinic during the brief overtime intermissions Friday night than a strategic meeting room. The Kings, by nature a physical team, dominated the hits count 47-34, which was perhaps the only reason they were still in the game.
"(Quick) gave us a chance to win like he always does", Kings coach John Stevens said. They're cracking down on them harder now than in past years. "Now we've got to go home to take care of business at home". Assists on the play went to Jonathan Marchessault and Reilly Smith.
Fleury got his first playoff shutout since last May, when his Penguins beat the Ottawa Senators 1-0 in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals.
Both teams had their chances in the first overtime, but Fleury and Quick were magnificent between the pipes.
Just about 18 minutes into Game 2 of the Pens-Flyers matchup, Pittsburgh's Zach Aston-Reese found himself in the penalty box for boarding, with Philly's Ivan Provorov doing a little acting to seal the deal.
"I think we had some young legs and they didn't play as much as some of the other guys", Gallant said.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.